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as soon as he wakes up. >> massive meteor breaking apart over russia. another meteor overnight. this one over california. dash cam video. wow. of the official falling from the sky over san francisco. [explosion] [screams] >> that was the scene in russia. we now know some 1200 people were hurt when that 11-ton meteor fell from the sky there it's estimated the explosion did about $33 million worth of damage. former chicago congressman jesse jackson jr. and his wife plea deal. scheme to use campaign donations for personal use including to buy luxury items like a $43,000 rolex watch. could face prison time and fines. police now believe rogue california former cop christopher dorner committed suicide amid a fierce shootout with officers. his bodies with found in burned out of -- autopsy results show he died single gunshot wound to the head. believed to have killed four people including two police officers. customers on that crippled cruise ship thought their nightmare was over. a bus taking them from mobile, alabama to new orleans broke down half way there. >> come on. [sigh] >> another one w
relationship changed and evolved with russia during the obama administration? what are the positives and negatives? guest: i think what has happened with russia, putin, who is the leader of russia, who came from the k.g.b., who came from the old soviet union, in my estimation is going back to his bad old ways. there was great hope for democracy in russia and nominally there are still elections and there's democracy but putin has consolidated power and has made it very difficult for democrats in russia to be able to have democratic government. and that's the big worry. and of course when you look at what russia has done and what china has done in the united nations, they have wielded their veto power and made it difficult for us to slap sanctions on iran, to help prevent iran from having a nuclear weapon. they have not been good players. and so i've seen russian democracy slide backwards. as long as putin is there, and it's really a shame because i think the russian people really want democracy. and i think putin is trying to be like the old communist leaders that we all remember, khr
and we went on a trip with the first lady, and a small group of journalists out to russia, and got a chance to see interesting sites, and a close-up look at hillary clinton, and one of the things that stood out in my mind, not the temples and all of that, but this moment in kazakhstan, and she was presented with a whip, and normally it's just the men that carries the whips with them, and she was considered so powerful as a first lady and she was presented with one of them, and she got a kick out of that, and there were a lot of jokes that followed that. >> right. we used to call them remember the hillary clinton trips. and they were under the radar, and there was some coverage but not as much, so you could really get to know her. it was a small group. and there was very interesting times. of course i have been following her for the past four years at the state department. >> jill, you actually said something that was pretty interesting earlier today and you wrote a whole article about it, and nobody saw her sleep. you never knew if you saw her get sleep during those trips, and she
happened in russia a number of years ago. they did that in a movie theater. 120 people died. >> 117, probably -- what was close to 120, october of 2002 when that happened. they sent in gas, and people died from inhalation, gas poisoning. so you're right. what are the top priorities for negotiators as the standoff continues here? >> the most important thing is to have a dialogue between the hostage taker and the negotiator. you want to be able to gain credibility. everything is a negotiation. if he says i need some sodas, well, they can negotiate and to say let me talk to the child, let me know that he is okay. the bottom line to this whole thing is he has the onus of being responsible right now. and he is. he is starting to develop what we call the stockholm syndrome, which is a very important type of thing. it's bonding, and that's very important. >> how long will officials allow this standoff to continue before taking more aggressive action? >> i don't think they're going to take aggressive action. i think they'll continue to negotiate and talk. talking is the name of the game. un
heighten tensions iran and russia calling provocative. the group responsible for that attack last friday cited the deployment. others however say the u.s. is not doing enough and with 60,000 or more killed inside syria during this conflict, the u.s. is still on the sidelines. still, as we saw last week, israel attacking targets inside syria. more and more this conflict is becoming regional. now we have got a couple hundred servicemen and women from the united states in the mix as well. shep? >> greg palkot along the border for us. egyptian government is reportedly dealing with rising food prices, rampant unemployment and violent political crisis by advising its people to eat less. according to egyptian media. government officials have acknowledged across the board price hikes on food in the wake of what is the unrest that has rocked the economy. and those officials are now telling the egyptian people hey, don't overeat. meanwhile the iranian president mahmoud ahmadinejad visited egypt today for the first time in we believe more than three decades. is he there for religious summit. he and
back. >> clinton tried to hit the reset button with russia. >> we rocked ha edworked hard t write russian word. did we get it? >> you got it wrong. >> we got it wrong. >> reporter: in burma, the fatal pains of a new democracy. but the embassy attack in benghazi is her greatest regret. >> i take full responsibility. >> reporter: prompting a rare emotional outburst. >> at this point what difference does it make. >> reporter: will she run in 2016? the answers only prompt more speculation. >> i have absolutely no plans to run. >> reporter: she flew almost a million miles, visited 112 countries. kicked up her heels, threw back a few drinks on the side. a month of illness grounded her at the end. >> for me, it truly is a bittersweet moment. to leave this room for the last time as second of state. >> reporter: enter the next secretary of state. >> american foreign policy is not defined by drones and deployments alone. >> reporter: john kerry. tall, distinguished, gray haired, son of a foreign service officer. >> if you are trying to get some take light between me and secretary clinton, t
? >> i don't think the meetings greatly changed the equation, the vice president did meet with russia's foreign minster and the envoy overseeing the response to syria. this really enabled him to reach out to those folks to make the position known on the world stage as well as you pointed out. he called for him to step down. that's something he has been doing for sometime now. the white house is not engaging any differently in syria. russia remains the staunchest allies. they opposed the un actions. in terms of the bottom line. i don't think anything changes, but again it does provide biden with that platform to reiterate the administration's stance. they are calling for the president to go and if you speak with senior officials, they believe that assad is becoming increasingly isolated and will ultimately step down. the killings continue to be one of the largest challenges for the administration. >> while i have you, here it is. this is a picture of the president released earlier today. president obama skeet shooting back in august. i understand you have new information from officials
've had history, in russia they did that in a movie theater where over a hundred people died because you've got to understand one thing, jon the lung capacity of that child is different than that of the hostage taker. if they do not know what type of ailments which one might have or how much their breathing technique is, the amount of oxygen in that space where they are being held. jon: and it's a small space. he had this thing ready. i was at first under the impression that it was this entire underground warren but it's quite small? it's something like 6x8. a small trailer. >> the fact that the little boy has been given access to things like cheese crackers, and a hot wheels car, that is a good sign? >> that is an extent sign. it shows that the hostage taker is bonding with him. we call that the stockholm syndrome where the hostage taker and the hostage are starting to get -- understand each other. there are requests, there are give and takes, that also will happen between the hostage negotiator on the hostage taker. jon: if he wanted to kill this child he could have done it by now, rig
in northern russia. officials say 18 people died and 10 bodies have been recovered. there were 23 men in a mine at the time. the glass is blamed on a buildup of methane. that that accidents at coal mines are frequent in russia because of negligence and lax safety regulations. >> still hadn't kron4 morning news rumors swirling this morning about a new product apple could be working on. plus full check the bay area weather traffic coming up. >> these have a certain sense of humor and usually involves zombies. they all make great gifts this valentine's day. love is in the air. from hard thing accessories to gadgets to this eight big rose from think geek. at 15 that dollars is a bargain. there is as well russki crystal necklace that doubles as a u.s. beat flask drive. ♪ even d gear is thistore a secreb site or linked to what ever you want, $100. scare up some love with zombie valentine's day cards also from think geek. eat your heart out regular cards, literally. from hallmark, blooming expressions. this flower never dies and takes aaa batteries instead of water. bonus points if this ro
, but in terms of impact, russia hasn't been reset. the arab spring, we're hardly ahead of that curve. iran is closer to a nuclear weapon. relations with israel are anything but smooth all these years later, 4 1/2 years later. but she leaves with about a 80% approval rating. >> steve: she also has that stain on her resume of benghazi. during the question and answer sequence at the council of foreign relations yesterday, she said, we know leadership has its cost that ambassador chris stevens and the other three americans understood that danger and, quote, we must always strive to be worthy of that honor. >> gretchen: secretary of state coming in, john kerry, has a huge job. we got so many problems all around the world. we've got the explosion in turkey this morning. don't know if that's a terrorist attack. we got syria, the mali and al-qaeda growing in northern africa. not to mention the nuclear problems in iran and north korea and you could go on and on and on. so huge job. let's look back on hillary clinton's time as secretary of state. i guess we have a little fun with this [ laughter ]
the dulcet tones of boyz ii men. at least that's what they hope in russia. where the country is experiencing a bit of a crisis. a declining birthrate. so much so, president vladimir putin is calling in the best-selling band for help. he's invited them to perform next week in moscow in hopes of giving russian couples inspiration in time for valentine's day. and they'd better get busy. putin wants three babies in every home. >> boyz ii men is babymaking? >> oh, no, scotty, please stop. josh and sam, you're on camera, behave you guys. >>> finally, everybody, we're going to find out on sunday, who is more sure handed, the ravens or the 49ers? but the big losers during the game could be millions of americans who fumble their phones. i'm guilty of this. new research from square trade finds 23 million americans have damaged their phones or tablets during sporting events by dropping them on the floor, into liquid. >> what, your drink? the sink? >> i have dropped my phone into a drink. >> have you? >> it was once. long story. or a toilet. but we have tips for you to protect your phone. they include k
the session dumb. brian, i know that one of your favorite spies ever was anna chapman from russia. and she tended to dress up. >> steve: she used nail polish. >> gretchen: and used probably nail polish. can you hear me? >> brian: yeah, i can. i just never fell for her trap. i do believe there is a bigger story there. you know that. because she's hot and has a nice body, people fell for it. i believe the russians are still here. something serious happened overt weekend, i know it affected you guys. chris kyle, american hero, navy seal who set the record for sniper kills because every time he killed them, another one of our guys survived, he came out. he's adapted to life afterwards, best selling author. he lost his life trying to help a fellow marine adjust to life after serving. he was suffering from ptsd. joining us to put his life in perspective and his pass not guilty perspective is a good friend of our show, sean parnell. can i get your perspective on the type of guy your friend, chris kyle, was and is? >> yeah. chris kyle was an incredible person. all the headlines are that he's the m
does pick up from iraq you have saudi arabia, russia, other major oil producing countries that will be declining as far as their production is concerned. so this is only going to make up for that decline that we see in other major countries. the third big reason is demand is going to increase at a much higher rate than supply is. you look at china for example, per capita we consume 20 barrels per year in the united states. china is at 2. that's 1.2 billion people. imagine fit goes to 3 or 4 barrels a year. the increase in demand is going to out strip supply many times over. gregg: same thing with india. >> the reason i somewhat disagree with that, right there is great increasing demand. the whole his traoeft oil market has been that technological improvements that completely out stripped the demand for oil and we are seeing that now. there is a revolution going on because of fracking, because of or sopbt tal drilling technologies, that you look at what is happening in north today coat tarbgnorth dakota. every time we drill we find more oil there. i think the future is pret
the conflict. iran and russia called it provocative. even in turkey itself they are concerned that group which claimed responsibility for the attack on the u.s. am bass see last friday cited this deployment. others are saying the u.s. is still not doing enough, with over 60,000 dead, 700,000 revenue geez, they say the states are still standing a bit by the side hraoeufpblts as we saw last week with that israeli strike again a target inside syria more and more this conflict is becoming a regional conflict, and now some folks from the states are involved. very close. back to you, greg. gregg: greg palkot reporting live inside near the syrian border. martha: new information is coming to light about that power outage that happened during the super bowl sunday. it turns out the half hour black out may not have come as a big surprise to soft stadium officials there. gregg: a bombshell courtroom confession from a woman accused of killing her boyfriend while she now says she did it, she readily admits it, she said her difficult childhood was a critical factor. can that really help her avoid the death
're starting our year-long countdown to the olympic winter games in sochi, russia. take a look the what is going on out on the plaza this morning. this is freestyle skiing, practicing their moves on trampolines. >>> jenna wolfe is in new orleans for us this morning. good morning to you. >> reporter: savannah, good morning to you. what a game last night, complete tale of two halves. the guys in back of me were die-hard ravens fans. they couldn't stop screaming the whole first half. the guys in front of me, die-hard 49er fans. they couldn't stop screaming the whole second half. in between me, beyonce, a blackout and a little game known as football. >> half the power in new orleans stadium, the superdome here, is out. >> reporter: just taken a commanding 28-6 lead with a kickoff return when suddenly out went the power. local officials said the outage happened after a piece of fault-sensing equipment detected an abnormality. fans, players and a worldwide tv audience waited for 34 minutes and waited and waited. when the lights came back, so did the 49ers. >> and a touchdown, san francisco. >
. >>> nothing says baby boom like the dulcet tones of boys ii men. they hope in russia that is true. the president, vladimir putin has called in the best-selling band for help. he's invited them to perform next week in hopes of giving russian couples inspiration in time for valentine's day. putin wants three babies in every home. >> boyz ii men is baby making? >> scotty, stop. >> you're on camera, josh and sam, behave. >>> finally, on sunday, who is more sure handed, the ravens or the 49ers. but the big losers during the game could be millions of american who is fumble their phones. i'm guilty of this. new research from square trade finds 23 million americans have damaged their phones or tablets finds 23 million americans have damaged their phones or tablets duri liquid. >> your drink? >> i have dropped my phone into a drink. >> have you? >> it was once. or a toilet. but we have tips for you the protect your phone. they incleed keeping it at hand but not in your hand during game. count to ten if you're angry about a play. don't throw it at the television. never take your phone to th
didn't solve the middle east. look at russia, going down the tubes fast. look at the arab spring countries, in complete turmoil. and also china. not particularly good. you can go down the list and on some of the hard issues, those really traditional foreign policy international policy issues. some critics would say she didn't accomplish much of anything and she leaves john kerry a pretty fragile world. other people would say, no, she actually injected into the conversation, changed the conversation about international policy. what she talked about and what she followed through on were the issues of women's development, economic development, children, family and increasing the conversation as she would put it with people around the world, not just talking to governments, but beginning this two-way conversation with people all over the world. so that debate is going to go on for a long time. >> we're watching secretary of state hillary clinton say farewell to some of the 69,000 state department employees. john king and gloria borger are here in the studio with me. she has now a rec
of the u.s. tightens the conflict here. iran and russia has called it provocative, even some in turkey itself are angry. the group responsible for that attack last friday on the u.s. embassy in alaska rah cited deployment for a reason. others are saying the u.s. is not doing enough, that they literally are standing by the sidelines with 60,000-plus dead and 700,000 refugees. still, as we saw in that israeli attack on syria targets last week, this crisis is more and more becoming a regional conflict, and right now some men and women from the states are more involved. back to you, jon. jon: all right. greg talcott reporting live from turkey. greg, thank you. jenna: another story out of the middle easts we're watching very closely today, iran's president making history, becoming the first iranian head of state to visit egypt since iran's 1979 revolution. his trip is the latest sign, some say, of improved relations between these two countries. such a visit, we should mention, would have been pretty unthinkable under egypt's former president, mubarak, who signed a peace treaty with israel w
addressing the real problems of out-of-control spending. russia and iran being closer to having a nuclear weapon. are we really thinking that -- i mean, what can we possibly do in our lawmakers are not balancing the books the way that they should be? >> well, we demand change. i mean, my organization concerned vets for america trying to inject veterans voice into this discussion to say we understand what a threat looks like. i have walked on the battlefield and i know what a bad guy looks like. if we don't get our spending under control as admiral mullen says the single largest threat to national security. dysfunction is washington is the biggest threat we face. if we don't get these things in order cop out, bad policy like sequestration that guts our military and navy fleet and guts our marine corps and army in a a way we can't afford in a dangerous world. at the same time we have to recognize we better get our spending under control. dod can contribute to that by cutting fat. being smarter how it spends the dollars it does have. ultimately we have got to find courage in washington to ge
note, we're starting our year-long countdown to the winter olympic games in sochi, russia. check out what's going out on the plaza this morning. we have explaining to do, that is freestyle skiing. some of the guys practicing wild aerials on trampolines. >> hope you brought your trampoline shoes, willie. start with the wild night at the super bowl. jenna wolffe is in new orleans for us this morning. good morning to you. >> reporter: savannah, good morning to you. what a game last night, complete tale of two halves. the guys in back of me were die-hard ravens fans. they couldn't stop screaming the whole first half. the guys in front of me, die-hard 49er fans. they couldn't stop screaming the whole second half. me, in the middle, i enjoyed a little beyonce, a little blackout and a little football. it will forever be known as the game the lights went out. literally. >> half the power in new orleans stadium, the superdome here, is out. >> reporter: the baltimore ravens had just taken a commanding 28-6 lead with a record-breaking kickoff return. >> nine yards and a touchdown. >> reporter:
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